Freebie Friday-Bookkeeping & Accounting Tasks Schedule
It’s FREEBIE FRIDAY!!!! And it’s time to get all those bookkeeping & accounting tasks organized!
Does your monitor looks like someone made a post-it note frame for it, with all your little “reminders”?
Maybe you’ve just started a new bookkeeping job and are wondering how on earth you are ever going to remember when everything is due.
Relax, we’ll get that mountain of paperwork and due dates under control!
We’ve compiled a list of daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual bookkeeping and accounting tasks to help you stay on track.
This list is geared for contractors and include items such as certified payroll reports, billing draws, Worker’s Comp, and General Liability Insurance tracking reminders.
Best of all, it’s in Excel 2003 format, so you can easily add other items that you need to keep track of.
Download your free copy of our Bookkeeping & Accounting Tasks Schedule right now, by clicking here.
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